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Today in Black America - September 14

POSTED: September 14, 2023, 8:00 am

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The New York Times


Biden's Strategy on Impeachment: Fight Politics With Politics

The Fifth Little Girl in Birmingham That Day

New York Considers State Work Permits for Migrants as Influx Worsens


The Associated Press

An appeals court will consider Trump’s presidential immunity claim in sex abuse case

Federal judge again declares that DACA is illegal with issue likely to be decided by Supreme Court


Feds spread $1 billion for tree plantings among US cities to reduce extreme heat and benefit health



USA Today

School shootings just hit an all-time high. Again


Schools spend billions on training so every student can succeed. They don’t know if it works.

Fani Willis proposes to try Donald Trump, 18 others Oct. 23, despite Trump opposition


The Washington Post

DeSantis took undisclosed private flights and lodging through wealthy donors

Editorial: McCarthy’s impeachment inquiry will go nowhere. But it’s still a crisis.

United Auto Workers poised to go on strike tonight at some factories


NJ.com

Money stolen from school PTAs, athletic group in N.J. town


2 people found shot to death during welfare check at North Jersey home, cops say

Is your zip code dangerous to your health? Inside N.J.’s search for health care equity.



The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore spending board to consider $285,000 employment contract for new police commissioner next week

At first meeting, new Baltimore water task force aims to offer assurances for the future: ‘Our water utility is not for sale’


A ‘double-edged sword’: Maryland’s Trans Health Equity Act likely to increase access, wait times



The Los Angeles Times

Can licensed tent villages ease California’s homelessness epidemic? This nonprofit thinks so

Editorial: GOP hunt for ‘rogue’ prosecutors is attack on democracy

California Legislature approves concealed-carry limits, teeing up possible Supreme Court fight



The Chicago Sun-Times


Tent city tensions: Residents split on migrant camp landing on Far South Side


Worst-case scenario: Chicago budget gap could reach $1.9 billion by 2026

Nearly 65% of homeless population in Chicago lives in doubled-up, temporary housing


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Sending inmates out of state? Public defender seeks to stop sheriff

Portman unveils details for redeveloping Amsterdam Walk along Beltline

Line between race and politics defines Georgia redistricting trial



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